Creative Css Drawing Course : Make Art With Css
level up your CSS skills by learning how to create more than 20 drawings, shapes and logos using CSS only.
What you’ll learn
- how to create more than 20 well-known and original illustrations in CSS.
- take your CSS skills to the next level using different creative approach.
- how to use your CSS skills in a fun creative way.
- basic CSS skills are required like positioning elements, adding different styles, colors and so on
- code editor and browser
If you get bored in those regular CSS courses where the instructor just builds web pages and want to try something new that takes your CSS skills to the next level by using different creative approaches, or, if you just want to push all your CSS skills to their limits and learn how to use them to create shapes, drawings, and logos…then this course is for you!
Im Ahmed Sadek, a full stack web developer and designer with more than 8 years of experience and I wanna welcome you to my Creative CSS Drawing course. This course will help you get the most out of your CSS skills; you will create more than 20 different shapes, logos and drawings. Some of them are complex in ways that are different from web pages, and the methods well use to solve these creative puzzles are also different. That means this course will help you open your mind to things you never knew you could create with CSS, and hopefully, youll learn to see more of the fun, imaginative side of CSS in each lesson.
A very important heads-up, though: before taking this course you should have basic knowledge of CSSthings like positioning elements on the screen or adding borders and backgrounds.
The drawings and logos we will create include some well-known items, like the Batman symbol, Captain Americas shield, Homer Simpson, and logos for Adidas, Brackets (the code editor), Git, Google, Instagram, and Pepsi! Well even do some original illustrations, like a camera, a donut, a diamond, a panda, and more!
Dont worry, though. You don’t have to watch the lessons in any specific order to be able to follow along. You can just hop around and enjoy the lessons in the order that works best for you.
Author(s): Ahmed Sadek